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    Any suggestions? Ive got awfully dull frizzy hair, even when i use conditioner it'll become all dry and rubbish in a little while again, so I'm preferably looking for something you leave it.

    Anyone tried one of these?

    PAUL MITCHELL SUPER SKINNY SERUM
    http://www.lookfantastic.com/hair/pa...rum-150ml.html

    La Biosthetique Pilviform Creme


    Redken OUTSHINE
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    I haven't tried any of those but Frizz-ease shampoo and conditioner is really good for Frizzy hair.
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    john frieda frizz ease i love.
    also try using a deep conditioning thing
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    The shampoo cynthia sylvia stout from lush is really good at stopping frizz. I dont need to use any other product with this.
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    Try Mixed Chicks products.

    Also try blowdrying your hair 5 minutes after your out of the shower/bath on fast and hot with a paddle brush (and I mean put the hair dryer right up next to your hair when you pull the brush through). That makes me hair way striaghter. You can then make it even more straight using a GHD.
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    frizz ease doesn't work very well on my hair... do you have curly hair? for a lot of people just not brushing it helps- so only brush it before you wash it.
    Two of my friends swear by curly creme from boots but I think it makes you go a bit greasy
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    frizz is brilliant, after my best friends sister had frizzy hair, I couldn't take my eyes off of her, I fancy her loads now
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    Frizz ease DOES NOT work.
    The only thing that's ever worked is L'oreal Elvive the PINK bottle (not the pink bottle with green on it... make sure its ALL pink)
    It makes my hair smooth and shiny.
    To avoid frizz, try and air dry your hair. If not, dry it with cool air on your hairdryer.
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    Even through air drying it goes back to its original form after an hour or so =\
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    The Aussie hair care range works and smells gorgeous!
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    I like the john frieda ones.
    The L'oreal anti frizz one is good too. It's an orange bottle. I have the shampoo, conditioner, and masque, and they're pretty good. Cheap too.
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    Try 2 conditioners each time you wash your hair, and a leave-in one. When you blow-dry your hair, pull a brush down part of your hair and follow it with the hairdryer, as they do in salons. Do this until completely dry. Hopefully this combination helps, as it works for me
 
 
 
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